This little presentation from the Office of National Statistics has the answer. It’s packed full of interesting information, presented in a very clear manner:
- Opinion: Paddy Ashdown’s appeal to Green and Labour (Roger Lake)
- Opinion: The twin intellectual conceits that damned the Liberal Democrats’ election hopes in 2015 (David Thorpe)
- Opinion: Bill – A Factual Postscript (Richard Edwards)
- The Liberal Democrat party should be able to recall its own peers (Paul Walter)
- Opinion: Ending the northern power cut (Sarah Noble)
- Disused railway stations in the East Riding of Yorkshire
- Norman Lamb and the right to die
- Queer Laboratory Life: Recognising the work of LGBT scientists
- A Farron victory is necessary, but it's not sufficient
- Secret ballot? Whatevs.
- The Future of Democracy
- Freedom of information and ip&e - FoI is not 'bizarre' as council leader claims
- Mike Brearley and Michael Vaughan on cricket captaincy
- Lamb for Lib Dem leader
- Lib Dem leadership race: bar chart
- T-J 30th Jun - 2:07am
There should be agreement between the parties to bring about electoral reform. Certainly, there should be a pact between the smaller parties not to enter...
- Sammy O'Neill 30th Jun - 12:55am
This idea is so unfeasible, it's ridiculous. If we optimistically assume the Tories didn't win, In the time it would take to amend the voting...
- Stewart 30th Jun - 12:51am
I'm not hugely inspired. The leaflets I've received are very telling: - Farron's has that cosy old school sandals and leather patches feel to it,...
- kevin 30th Jun - 12:38am
Roger Lake What's the point of having one let alone two elections when any change in the voting system would need to pass a referendum...
- Roger Lake 29th Jun - 11:55pm
To save time, may I just quote the exact time against your response, and answer each in txurn? As yo see, I don't type well....
- Stewart 29th Jun - 11:25pm
Andrew: "and the rich, who would be abolished, basically, with the Schumacher policy of no-one getting more that 12 times the lowest paid" Sounds good,...
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